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Three Jesuit superiors, leaders of their local Jesuit communities in Texas, sent a letter on Thursday, January 16 to Texas Governor Greg Abbott denouncing his decision to ban refugees from the state.
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“There is room in our inns,” was the message from representatives of 31 migrant humanitarian shelters on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico that have collectively served over 320,000 asylum seekers over the course of 2019.
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As a state, we do not want people arriving at our front door, most notably the desperate, although as a society, we feel lonely and instead turn to social media, our favorite streaming service, or substances to appease this desolate feeling.